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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 December 1914

V: Burleson County Otar •wt B«t*bll h*d Jff4 Conaoildatad ironlol* * r ItOO IHrny IWT AN NEWS-CHRONICLE Consolidated P*b. ¡Oil Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, December as, 1914 Number 46 N QT ONE MONEY EARNER in ten FULLY realizes the real and actual value of keeping his money in a bank. The careful handling of even a small account exerts a forceful power in building up and increasing one's credit. In addition to the protection afforded your money and the safety of paying bills by check, it is well worth while to carry your money in the bank and get the benefit of this credit building torae—have it work for you. Your account will be given care- ful attention and protection at the The First State Bank Caldwell, texas Guaranty Fuñe'. BanK More Barbaries. Burglars got busy again Fri- day night, this time entering the store of Barnettand Alford, go- ing in at a side door and going out at a rear door. They took some cakes, broke the cash draw- er to pieces and secur...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 December 1914

Locals and Personáis. r> Ai wm ■ t> >i fe ¡ü C. B. Oliver went w Thorndale Tuesday on business. J. F. Mol ver was in Austin the first of the week, Traia Wrecks Near. Mattao. Harry Dean of Houston visiting relatives in this oity. Elmer Wooldrige is home for holidays fromjschool. A. B. Perkins was a buisness visitor to Navasota Monday. Don't look for a paper next week, there will be none issued. T. C. Eisenlohr and wife are here to spend the holidays with relatives. Miss Madaline Chiles of Fort Worth is spending the holidays with relatives. A. El Perkins and wife will spend the holidays in Qonzales and San Antonio. All train service over the 8anta Fe was blocked all day Monday and up in the night untill No. 16 north bound at 12:25 on account i* of the north bound Tango going in the ditch two miles south of Milano at 8 o'clock a. m , eight cars leaving the track, piling up on and across the right of way in such a manner as to block it completely so trains could*{not pass. Luck...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 January 1915

V- i .. , • Burleson County Ledger . wb Bstabllahsd IBB4 con«oildtil«d Chronlclt * • I BOO iv\my 1897 AN NEWS-CHRONICLE (.•Cigar t-atabllanad 1997 Conaoildatéd • •> t . toil Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, January 29, 1915 i WHEN YOU ARE SICK When you are real sick, you want the host doc- tor available. That's sense. If you have legal troubles, you hire the best lawyer you can tind. That's natural. 'A'ell, how about money matters? Just apply the same kind of reasoning. If you have money to deposit, look for the strongest, most reliable bank to put it in one where you are sure it will be safe. That's busi- ness. Our bank is the one you are looking for. It's that kind of a bank. , The First State BanK CmlDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fune' Bank W. W. I^A.ISTK.IIsr ATTOH N* KY-AT-I .A W A N 1> NOT Al<\ Office in Ledger Building Caldwell. Texas Gilley SHARING HIS PROFITS WITH HIS CUSTOMERS. My Cash Registers are now Printing a d Issuing to every cus- tomer, a tick...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 January 1915

m Miss Hildegarde Herbst is in Bellviile visiting relatives. = IM Uncie Tom Hill of Dallas is visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. P. J. Wotipka has return- ed from an extended visit to her daughter in Snyder. Por Sale—My new 5 room Bung alow residence in West Caldwell. W. W. Montague. Hant-Barttschell. On January 11th, at Columbus Texas, B. B. Hunt and Miss Alice Burttschell, both of that place, were united in marriage. The bride is said to be from one of the' oldest _and best known families of Columbus and ayoung lady of refinementfand beauty while the groom is a Caldwell boy doing a flourishing real estate business' there. Their.' home will be in Columbus where their many friends wish .them long and happy lives. Carrington-Lankford % Last Wednesday evening at * o'clock at the residence of th brides sister in Lorena, Joe Car rington of Galveston and Miss Ethel Lankford_were _happily united in marriage. The bride is one of the charming and beauti ful young ladies of Lorena and t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 January 1915

?1* Georgetown, Texas, Jan. 28 — Wednesday evening at a call meeting of the Freshman c'as< of Southwestern University for the purpose of electing oftic -ri- fo!'the winter term, Mr. Ka.v mond Brewer of Caldwell, Texa , was highly honored by the mem- bers of the class in the election for class president, Mr. Brewer was placed ¡it the head of tin cIhhn by a large majority. Mr. Brewer is a new man in the University and is making good in every department i1 which he enters, his ti i >t distinc tion was made on the athleti< field with the second Varsity football team and lor these lion ors g lined for the Univer^it.v Mr Brewer is now wearing ¡ large black Spalding sweate with an S 2nd in gold on the lelt hand side. Mr. Brewer is taking tlie regu lar literary course of the Fresh man class and his work is of the very highest type, especially in the departments of German and English having made a dis tinction in each course last tern In the spring he will be a strong canidat** for ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 January 1915

Advertising Rnte )ne insertion -Oí M©r ini'b sinning against the prosperity of the nation, and that of his tellow citizen. Business is being stalled all over the countr because mm who are able to pay and will not pav\ and this keeps others from paying. It A will pay B, B will then piy C, and C will pay D and SO 01 . MrkSM CMRia Lrtfcr By TH« Burleson County Publishing Co. N. N. RANKIN. Manager 4ltwtd it tlw poitof* U Caldwell. 1 cx&® u lecoM-cluw mall matter All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers " 1-2 cent per line each nsertion flabscnption Her Year $1.50 Three months 50c. Si* months '5c (Invariably in Advance.) THE TRAMP ( Bv Walt Mason, fruiu .lodge.) KEEP ADVERTISING Stopping an ad to save money is like stopping b clock to save time. Advertising i* an insurance policy against forgetfulness-it c< mpels people to think of y- u. Troup Bonner. And if you have goods to sell it promotes in the bosom of the reader a desire to own the goods you bring to his attenti...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 January 1915

iWfff ,TfW fc . J a í 5* ^ * Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-5 Located Up-stairs Opera House Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS USE OF ALUMINUM VESSELS LIGHTHOUSES STILL USE OIL J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in 3ttme «fe Hi chcock Druji Store Calls answer- priinptlv Jay < r night. I ay phone 32. nigh' phone 1 HI Caldwell, Texas DR. T. L. GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Day Phone 101 2r. Night Phone 101 3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. Drs. Foster & Savage DENTISTS Office Up-stairs Next to Post Office. Phone No. 44. telentlfle Investigation 8how That the Metal Hae Many Advantage Over Other Klnde. Now that aluminum utensils ara coming into use it will be interest- ing to note the following experi- ments made by Prof. John (ilaist'-r af the Gflaagow university, his object being to find whether various ali- ments were likely to attack the metal. He finds that the only substances* that attack the surface an; orange, lemons, brussels sprouts and toma- toes, bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 January 1915

* Baptist Notes Hy Rev. M. C, Bishup. ¡ W ith continued cold, snowy, | rainy, slpety weather Sunday j . was a good day for the Sunday j school and orher services of th* ! day. The link' Sunbeams hail a 1 good attendance and the Junior Union did very well for the day Very good eo gregations at botl hours at church. We had ev eral visitors. Mrs. Town send o Bel Son and Brother Cloy of Mar lin worshiped with us. We wen glad to have th un. The Sundn. school rea,.*lie l above the 1' mark in spite of tin* cold. Me- , dames Hundley and Friim jo ten«ied the district meeting the Woman's Auxiliary at Te¡; pie last week and came horn very mu -h enthused with th- meeting and hospitality ext-m. ed. True hospitality is a wii ning grace wherever seen. We learn our young friend .Jot Carrington was married las. in Temple. He will make hi home in Galveston. We wis! for him and h s bride all the hap piness and prosperity that lit- can afford. With this issue, or these notes wih conclude two years of s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 January 1915

1 m y. i < I X Ml llfliU I til ACHED FOR "ill Let your sore, swollen, achia, feet spread out in a bath of "TIZ." "Just eouldnl «rah to take mr kmt o<rr Just take your shop* oil and then put those weary, h<N -cnnklwl, wiling. burn- ing, eorn-neeteral, bunion tortured fwt of yours in a "TIZ'' hath. Your tne* will wriggle with joy; they'll look up at you and almoxt talk ami then they'll take another divo in that "TIZ" bath. When your feet feel like lumps of lead—all tired out—just try "TIZ." It* grand—it* glorious. Your f<*-t will dance with jov; also you will And all jiain gone from eornn, ralluusr* an<l bunions. There's nothing like "TIZ." It'n tho only remedy that draws out all the poiaonouH exudations which puff up your feet and (-au*e foot torture. Got a '¿.rt cent Uu of "TIZ" at any drug or' department atore—don't wait. Ah! how tflad your feet get; how com- fortable your shoe* feel. You can wear •hoes a size smaller if you desire. Monuments I have the agency of the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 January 1915

ifiififfiifUiiifi ¡fiW IfilfilfüfüfilfüfilfillilfüfiSfitfi! WE HAVE THE GOODS Our stock of Hardware, Farm Implements, Grain and Groceries is full and complete. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS COME IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE W W W W !fi Hi tfi ifi Groceries Hardware South T« xa« Ribbon cane mo- Blacksmith coal.* ('ollars. Collar pads. Howes Traces. M r. Bill planter*. .)no. Dunn planters. WatiKciian wire. Galvanized roofing. Maine Seed potatoes to arrive. Northern Seed corn to arrive. Seed Oats.- Garden Seed.- Onion Sets.- Chops, Bran and shorts.- ^r-—* ORIOLE FLOUR Guns, Cartridges and Fishing Tackle. We want Your Trade SnifflenlMenfóitó We will Treat You Fight a* w Hi w a? ifi a; w ifi ffiSifiafiffitfiifitfiKtfitfitfiffilfiifiifiyFiifilfilfilfitfiifiWSfiWifi^ifiifiifiifiifi^ifiifiifiifilfilfiifiifiifiifi Locals and Personals. Miss Ruth Boyd of Hearne is visiting the family of C. B. Oliv- er. Born: to Fred Settlemeyer and wife, Wednesday night a fine girl. J. F. Lyons and Mac Woods were Soinervi...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 February 1915

# i f WHEN YOU ARE SICK When you are real sick you want the beet doc* tor available. That's sense. If you have legal troubles, you hire the best lawyer you can ttnd. That's natural. Well, how about money matters? Just apply the same kind .of reasoning. If you have money to deposit, look for the strongest, most reliable bank to put it in one where you ¿re sure it will be safe. That's busi- ness. Our bank is the one you are looking for. It's that kind of a bank. The First State BanK Caldwell, texas Guaranty Fun¿ Bank "W". W. ATTOH N KY-AT-I .A W AN1) iNOTAH V PVHIJÍ Office in Ledger Building Caldwell, Texas 1 Beer Bottle Bretks Men's Nose. Thursday night John Kovar had his nose badly broken and his head otherwise bruised up. It was done in the saloon at Deanville. Times got lively in thereby two men fighting and beer bottles began flying through the air like the German's shells fiy in the European war. One of them hit John Kovar right be- tween the eyes breaking the bone and severely ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 February 1915

'"Vv: f. f;«" \ II % Caldwell Retail Merch- ante Association. Tuesday afternoon, the retail merchants of this place organ- iced a retail merchants associ- ation and commercial club for Caldwell. T. P. Gilley was dhosen as president; C. E. Cade vice president and Clarence Bain secretary. The following board of directors was elected: Miss Jessie Womack, H P. Woodson, f. H. Hitchcock, H. H. Womble, W. H. Taylor, W. H. Coii&ly and L. Seigle. Nearly every mer- chant in town is a member and those who are not, are expected to join. The object of this as- sociation is to protect the re- tail merchants against dead beats and at the same time pro- tect the honest customers against hardships brought about by the dead beat. In other words, the association is for the proteection of the merchants and the honest customers. It is for the uplift- ing of the honest man. It will be the aim of the association, through its rustling secretary, to advertise Caldwell and the surrounding county, for the...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 February 1915

/ spí X , Boost Tow Neighbor. Here ia a little rule for the New Year which will help you and help your neighbors: In apeaking about anybody put the good word last. Dou't say "Neighbor Jones is public-spirit ed, I'll admit, but he is mighty high tempered." Say "Neigh- bor Jones is rather high-temper ed, of course, but he is a man who is helping the neighborhood forward " Don't say, "Tom Brown is a hard working fellowv and good hearted, I reckou, but he has been mighty low down, wild and drinking " In- stead say, "Tom Brown got pretty low ouce, wild and drink ing, but now he's a hard work ing, good hearted citizen " lit other words, wind up with the emphasis on the good trait rath er than the bad one. Or better still, when you hear somebody's name mentioned ami it's on the tip of your tongue to refer to some blunder or failing you know about, just try chok ing it down a few times, leaving it unsaid, and see if you don't feel better inside. Then next time go a little further and try sp...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 February 1915

m m? filE¡pp|? mmcsm cmbii injct By Th« Burleson County Publltbiai Co. W. W. RANKIN, Mautcr. B,l,r>rt at the pottotffe V Caldwell. Texan. M iecoBé-cliM mail matter. Advertising. )ne Insertion 20c per inch All advertUlnsr run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each nsertion ¿•bscnption Per Year -m Si.50 Three months 80c, Si* months < 5c (Invariably in Advance.) Poll tfix pay me «ta all ovr the State show a decrease, the eau*e being attributed to lack of money on account of the low price of cot- ton this season, Sometimes a girl would rather have a washed brass ring from the man she loves than a costly dia- mond from another admirer, but there are not many girls like that Ihere were only 2500 poll taxes paid this year against 3500 last year, and still you hear some peo- ple say the country is in a prosper- ous condition. There are people right in this country who never «aw a peanut factory. Telegram Trade with our Advertisers. Our city officials should compel ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 February 1915

,wf >7 li !r 1 * = Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hour* 9-0 Located Up-stairs Opera House Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS TO SEE OCEAN'S MYSTERIES CERBERUS ™ILED F0" 0NCE J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in ¿tone & Hi cheock Druji Ntore. Calls answer- prouiptlv day or night. Day phone82. nigh' phone *81 Caldwell, Texas DR. T. L. GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Day Phone 101—2r. Night Phono 101 - 3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. Drs. Foster & Savage DENTISTS Office Up-stairs Next to Post Office. Phone No* 44. MRS. ALICE SHANNON. SICK NURSE Call Appreciated PHONE 1*0 Caldwell, Texas Piles Cared la é to 14 Days Tw érwiM vUl i«f«ad «00*7 if PAZO OINTMENT Caite i* tun hi caaa of Itching, IM, MmOm or Pratruding Pite* in* te 14 day*. TkirK i toilM^fMEiN ud Rett. lOe. Patronise Ledger advertisers. When You go to Marlin, Texas Take Your Baths at The MARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The very best service ami experienced attendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Buie, M. D....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 February 1915

I . JT*- Chriesman Chats. Cooks Point. ¡Éls Our school at the Point is sus- Birdsong Sayings. We are having some pretty pended indiBnitely, on account | whesther noWi after ft heavJ. of the teacher taking a severe r# n Sa(„rdRy ni„ht attack of tonsilitis, she will soon be well. We hope Misses Mary and Ida Eberhart visited Misses Eunice and Em- Some of our neighbors are i mje ge¡r(j Sunday evening. still picking their top crop of <cotton, infact all the cotton the people out here have, is the top * crop. ' John Urban run his gin 1; s: Saturday, and there was more corn taken to h s mill last Satur day than he ever saw in one day, at his mill, It seems self evi dent that the people are eating more corn bread, and less bis- cuits. If the war in Europe does not close soon, flour will get so high, we poor people will have to go back to the old rule, ju>t have biscuits for breakfast on Sunda.\ mornings. J. J. Pressley went to Austin last Saturday to serve on the Federal grand jury. W...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 February 1915

M. " FOR SORE, TIM FEET—AH! " \ 'TIS" it gruid for aching, swol- len, maty, calloused feet or oorai. Ah! what relie/. No more tired faet; no more burning ieet; no* more swollen, bad smelling, wmtv feet. No mora "'• ' in corn , callouses, bunions. No natter what aiU your feet or what under the tun you'w tried without get- ting relief, lust urns "TIZ." "TIZ" is the Jji? reme<ly that draws out all the W>j«onoiu exudation* which puff up the feet. "TIZ" cures your foot trouble so Joull never limp or draw up your face in pain. Your shoes won't seem tight «:id your feet will never, tiwsr hurt or *" t iK>ra and swollen. Think of it, no jfj ore foot iniaery, no more agony from r^rorne, rallouws or bunions. '¡cfc a 2fi cent 1-ox at any drug atore ©r department atore ami get instant re- lief. \Vp ir smaller shoes. Juat once try "TIZ." firt a whole vear's foot com- fort tor onlv 25 cents. Think of it. Monuments I have the agency of the Bren • bam Marble WorkH and have h nice line of sa...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 February 1915

mm? ICIglCtCT.T. ■ 131313131 an iTiinifi'iiifitfiifitfitfiifitfi SRÜitBifiifiifi ffi!fi MW xxxxxxxxxxxxxxw WE HAVE THE GOODS Our stock oí Hardware, Farm Implements, Grain and Groceries is full and complete. (WE VA/A1NT YOUR BUSINESS CONE IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE Groceries South Texas Ribbon cane mo- lasses. Maine Seed potatoes 4o arrive\ Northern Seed corn to arrive*) Seed Oats.- Garden Seed.- Onion Sets.- Chops, Bran and shorts. - Herdwere blacksmith Coal) Collars. Collar Pads. Homes, Traces. Mr. Bill Planters, Jno. Deere Planters. Waukegan wire. Galvanised Hoofing. ORIOLE FLOUR Guns,.Cartrldges and Fishing Tackle. SfiS Kfi!f¡S® «¡"üfiaüfitfüfi'fiSií ffiSHfiSifiifiaiai We want Your Trade % n I We will Treat You Right Locals and Personals. Keen Calm. Mrs. J. A. Arthur returned Thursday from visiting relatives Calta clown! Nothing is quite ! and friends in Milano. jso had or hard as it might be, ■ | anyhow. Nature is always is on L. M. Barta returned trtTay- your side, and nature is a...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 February 1915

jé, y • «i ty iSSo «WW - AN INEWB-CHRONICLE L dgwr t.ai«bllah«cl 109 T ron oildai d i-*b. 1911 Volumne XXXI Caldwell, burleson County, Tocas, Friday, February 19. 1915 Number I asp 4 |N§i a J é Confidential Your neighbor kQows Qothlng about your business at this Book- Every transaction is held in strict confi- dence Yaur business is solicited on tb* basis of pron>pl courteous treatment and absolute safety. Residence Mbrnei The First State BanK CALDWELL. TEXAS Guaranty Func Bank w. w. E/A-isricxisr ATl'OB NKY-AT-LA W AND iNOTAHV *07S«XAC Office In Uiier Bsfldiaf Caldwell, Texas I leeesi mi Gilley SHARING HIS PROHTS WITH HIS CUSTOMERS. My Cash Registers are now Printing and Issuing to every cus- tomer, a ticket shewing the amount and date of the purchase, the sides- man that made the sale, and show- ing whether it was cash or charged sile Wh en you have secured these CASH SALE TICKETS amounting to TEN DOLLARS, return them to me and you will re- ceive free, twenty five cents worth o...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 February 1915

Personals sod Locals. Birthday Party. Mrs. Oscar Vest was here from Lvonson business Tuesday., Miss Bessie Lee returned Tuesday from visiting relatives at Lyons. Rev. M. C. Bishop returned Friday from a visit to Snyder and Roscoe. J- R. Hartgraves went to Jewett Tuesday on a business trip. Attorney W. O. Bowers of Giddings, was over Monday to see his father, Rev D. G. Bowers who is quite sick. For Sale—My new 5 room Bung alow residence in West Caldwell. W. W. Montague. Mrs. J. H. Webb of Bryan and her daughter, Mrs. John Shari Williams, Jr., were here the first of the week visiting relatives. Rev. A. S. Broaddus has ac cepted a caU to the Baptis church at Reagan near Waco am will go to assume his new duiie- at once. Rev. D. G. Bowers who has been confined to his bed th< past ten days with La Grippe, we are sorry to say is not doinj.* so well. Miss Nora Kleb returned Tues- day from spending a week with her father in Marlin and report- him much improved. Two rooms for light houst k...

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